Brewing at the Commercial Hotel, Brewer Dave Allen says the time has come for expansion.
How did this centuries-old beer style become the darling of the modern craft beer industry?
4 Brothers Brewing will launch with four different beers.
Philter’s XPA, a black IPA from James Squire, and a Keller Door from 4 Pines.
Released this month, the wet hop beers celebrate the season’s hop harvest.
The cellar door in Marrickville, around the corner from Grifter and Batch, opens in May.
The brewery will donate all of the Rose Kolsch profits to Cystic Fibrosis NSW.
The ale joins a growing number of mid-strength craft beers hitting the market.
The beer is brewed in Geelong and crafted specifically for the people of Victoria.
A record number of exhibitors and visitors enjoyed a sunny Saturday in the nation’s capital.
Q&A: Talking strategy and the value of limited releases with the Melbourne craft stalwarts.
Three new Mountain Goats, IPAs from Modus Operandi and Wayward, and a Mac’s.
A new Batch nitro can, a Guinness Porter in Australia, and a Gage Roads Gose.
Ashworth experiments with weekly small-batch releases at the brewpub.
Dunies Lager is just one of many exciting new releases this week.
New collaborative IPA is an “amazing invasion and explosion in your mouth”.
They’ll be pouring a brand-new saison, a Mosaic IPA and an apricot Berliner Weisse.
Lobethal Bierhaus in the Adelaide Hills creates Lentil Pale Ale.
Brooklyn Brewery to launch new beers in Australia following Brooklyn Lager’s success.
Locally produced craft beer and tinnies will continue to dominate this year.
Jeremy Sambrooks delves into the wild and wonderful world of sour and wild ales.
James Squire has launched a limited release hop-inspired beer, The Hop Father.
Bitter Phew’s Aaron Edwards discuss the challenges around stocking US beers in his venue.
New gypsy brewer, Sydney Beer Co., has launched with a lager.